Friendly reminder that being Yui is suffering.
>fixing his hair
>talking to him about how you feel
>he's thinking about her and not you
Great friends you have there.
Yandere Yui when?
Nah, it's a reference to the whole 'waitingforoptodeliver.jpg' thing. In the Yahari threads, it's become routine to post a few images about how long Spyro's taking to finish Chapter 3 and 4 of 10.5.
Aside from circle jerking and waifu wars, is there really anything for LN readers to talk about anyway? We don't have any new content to speculate about, and at least the (albeit repetitive) questions about this season give people something to discuss.
Well too bad anon cuz while shes fixing his hair; all 8man think is Yukino.
If by that you mean it is far too rushed, then you're right.
Though, S1 was extremely rushed as well.
Considering this proved to be popular, you would have expected them to give this a more relaxed pacing and animate more scenes.
I can't remember if it was 12 or 13 episodes allotted for this show, but that means there's 6 to 7 episodes for volume 9 and 10, assuming they don't go anime-original content on us. That won't necessarily be split evenly. I'd say 4 episodes for volume 9 and 2-3 episodes for volume 10. That's pretty well-paced from here on out.
>inb4 she got broken later.
At this point, I don't really care who Yui would end up with. Yui deserve her own happiness. All the time she spent on 8man didn't worth the effort she put.
Why does yukino expect so much from 8man? It seems like he keeps running i to landmines because a girl that usually treats him like a leper now suddenly expects the world from him, like he's some knight in shining armor
Mostly what they're choosing to show vs not show and why they make some parts stagnant and others a sprint.
They reiterated the twitter thing about 300 times this episode, it seemed like this is the least that has ever happened in an episode in the series and no good development happened
Speculating can be fun. I don't particularly like the NTR shit that's been thrown around with a Hayama/Yukino pairing (which I could actually support as long as it doesn't involve Hachiman having his feelings hurt), but things like a Kurosawa-esque ending with Miura or the plot device ending of Iroha since she's so damn cute has been fun.
Eh, I'd argue that the LNs have a lot more side character interactions that could have made for some fun episodes (or more OVAs, if they actually had a decent budget), but it did manage to get most of the important scenes in even if it meant sacrificing some of the charm (like Hachiman off-handedly melting Sakisaki's heart of ice).
According to MAL, it's 13 for this season. Assuming Episode 6 only tackles Ch. 0-2, and plans on finishing around Ep. 9, then we can expect Vol. 10 to also take four episodes. Given the memorandums and the prominence of No Longer Human for that volume, I really hope they take the time to flesh out the theme as much as possible. I'd prefer four episodes, so I hope they don't try and stretch Vol. 9 to five.
Because she knows he's similar to her, and thus she expects him to understand her.
And that happens to be the problem, because he is too similar to her, to the point they have rather similar issues, especially the part in which neither will admit they aren't logical all the time.
Both suck at introspection, and thus, since they don't understand themselves and thus their own issues well, they have a hard time understanding each other.
He's so, so deep into being oblivious that I can't possibly see anyone winning.
What was the title of this episode about? The scent of tea no longer fills the room implies that Yukino left the club does it not?
Nah, she doesn't leave the club. The scent of tea represents closeness and genuineness. After this, they will continue to meet in the club, but will just exchange superficial small talk, not really connecting to each other at all. It's worse than Tobe, Ooka and Yamato at the beginning.
It just seems weird for a character that's held him at a very deliberate arm's length all this time to suddenly behave that way. Like she thought that being cold all this time was some super secret code language between them.
It's just odd
chapter left to animate
>Chapter 0: Be that as it may, that room continues to enact its unending every day
>Chapter 1: Again, Isshiki Iroha knocks on the door
>Chapter 2: Without issue, the congress dances, yet it doesn't progress
>Chapter 3: Repeatedly, Hikigaya Hachiman questions himself
>Chapter 4: That's why, Totsuka Saika holds admiration
>Chapter 5: That future is what Hiratsuka Shizuka wishes for
>Chapter 6: Even so, Hikigaya Hachiman is
>Chapter 7: Someday, Yuigahama Yui will
>Chapter 8: And then, Yukinoshita Yukino is
>Chapter 9: Naturally, Isshiki Iroha takes a step forward
>Chapter 10: Respectively, what the light in their palms illuminates is
>First Memorandum: Possibly, it’s no one’s monologue.
>Chapter 1 : At last, Hikigaya Komachi, makes a prayer to the gods
>Chapter 2 : As always, Yukinoshita Haruno stirs up trouble.
>Chapter 3 : At some point, Isshiki Iroha makes herself at home.
>Chapter 4 : Even so, Miura Yumiko feels she wants to know.
>Chapter 5 : Until that day comes, Totsuka Saika is waiting.
>Chapter 6 : Gallantly, Yukinoshita Haruno drives away the time.
>Second Memorandum : Or, it can be anyone's monologue.
>Chapter 7 : At all times, Hayama Hayato is answering expectations.
>Chapter 8 : And so, their past and future become one and conclude in the present.
>Third Memorandum : If so, just whose monologue was it?
>Chapter 9 : However, Yukinoshita Haruno states as such.
Ah for some reason I either thought that she left or the opposite. I thought the scent of tea filling the room might imply that people are cognizant of the tea and that it is immediately obvious to them, when they stop noticing it is because they're more engaged. One problem I have with this season is they haven't constructed any real sense of closeness through interaction in the room, the fact that they would just be making small talk doesn't seem too far off what it is like now.
So, why didn't he do it?
She hasn't been keeping him at an arm's length. That's just how she is to everyone, as that's the person she became due to whatever issues she had in the past.
As for 8man, she idolises him. This was clear even in S1, and it's extremely obvious in the LN.
By "small talk" I mean stuff like "How's the weather?", "Good", "That's so like you", "That's great". Even the usual banter between Hikio and Yukipedia is gone. Also, the scent of tea no longer being in the room can also be taken literally since she stops brewing it. The figurative definition definitely has more meaning, though.
Moonreader here. Here's a summary of 10.5 chapter three from what I remember:
Iroha wants to use up the StuCo's leftover budget by publishing a free paper. She asks the Service Club to help out, but they refuse because the timeline is too tight, so she blackmails Hachiman with the date receipts, which convinces him to help. Yui and Yukinon follow suit.
The free paper they decide to do is something like a magazine for new Sobu students introducing them to the various school clubs and some places in Chiba like the cafe from chapter two. Iroha accidentally shows Yui and Yukinon the date photo.
They split up to interview the club leaders. Iroha and Hachiman go to interview the boys clubs, Yui and Yukinon interview the girls clubs. Hachiman takes a ton of photos of Totsuka, filling up the camera's memory. Then they go to take photos of the soccer club and Iroha gets all excited and tells Hachiman to take photos of Hayama.
The deadline approaches quickly and Hachiman gets writers block. As he works alone in the StuCo room, the other girls come in and support him one at a time. Yukinon brings him a warm can of MAX coffee, and eventually everything gets finished.
Chapter four is only a few pages long, IIRC Hachiman and Komachi go on a late night walk to the convenience store and chat.
Now please stop with the skeletons.
I want to kill this fucking cunt.
After the fireworks festival, where 8man pushed Yui to answer her phone call. He's not completely oblivious; his instincts probably told him that something would happen that could not be taken back if it continued.
>Iroha accidentally shows Yui and Yukinon the date photo.
From the looks of it you're definitely hurting inside. Your tears are so delish.
Now that's alpha.
Yukino just held Hachiman and his supposed ideals in high regard, and by betraying her expectations of him Hachiman essentially alienates himself from her since, like she says at the end of the latest episode, that he (and she him) misunderstood her.
3-6 (with Saika and Sensei scenes being condensed or one being omitted since they're not as important as others)
First Memorandum and 1-2
3-5, or 6 if they reduce side character scenes (it's likely they'll try and fit 6 in since the later scenes of this arc are far more important than keeping in side character scenes).
6+Second Memorandum to 7, or 7-8
8+Third Memorandum to 9, or Third Memorandum to 9.
can we have spyro signing this?
otherwise good summary considering iroha personality and service club new attempt to bonding